The Canadian Auto Workers union says it plans an April 20 return to bargaining with Chrysler LLC’s Canadian subsidiary as emergency U.S. government aid critical to the auto maker’s survival hangs in the balance. Ken Lewenza, CAW president, tells Ward’s the decision to resume negotiations arose from a Monday meeting with Chrysler Vice Chairman and President Tom LaSorda and Chrysler Canada President Reid Bigland. The two sides suspended formal talks two weeks ago “by mutual agreement,” ...
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